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CNBC
Mar 9, 2014 8:00pm EDT
[ticking] >> in a nondescript t-shirt at a nondescript desk, mark zuckerberg runs a vast global empire, leading the whole internet in his direction. is the goal for you to conquer the whole internet? to own the internet? >> well, think about it like this. people--if they can use a product of any category--photos, music, tv, anything--either by themselves or with their friends... >> mm-hmm. >> i think most of the time, people want to do those things with their friends, so-- >> so is the answer "yes"? [ticking] you describe bill gates in very harsh terms. um, you've described him as being quite abusive. i mean, it's not a pretty picture. >> and i felt like when i wrote it, i should just tell it like it happened, in an unvarnished way, warts and all. >> you'll hear how the two high school buddies who started microsoft and a computer revolution had some pretty trying times along the way. do you think he came to think that you weren't working as hard as he was and it became a source of resentment with him? >> well, i think he was always pushing people to work as hard as they possibly
Bloomberg
Mar 26, 2014 10:00am EDT
and stephanie ruhle. >> facebook goes virtual. why is mark zuckerberg bending -- spending $2 billion on virtual technology? we will tell you what it says about the future of the social network. >> and the maker of candy crush is lower in its debut, this after the company is hoping to raise half $1 billion in its ipo. borderlands, landlocked and facing a method trout -- an epic drought. talk about the issue of the mexican border and immigration reform. >> i'm scarlet fu in for stephanie this week. we missed you yesterday. tweet fromg in a stephanie. actually, not between, but an update on her vacation. >> i hope she's having fun in florida. we've had a good start so far. maker of candy crush and has made its trading debut below its goal of $22.50. its ipo the midpoint of range. it gets almost 80% of its annual sales from candy crush. one of targets top executives will be grilled today. the retailer's cfo will appear before a senate committee -- they will talk about opportunities to stop cyber thieves. locklin looks to be rupert murdoch's heir apparent. the appointment catapult them over younger
CNBC
Mar 26, 2014 5:00am EDT
in the position. mark zuckerberg, meanwhile, has extended its spending spree. facebook now stopping up oculus which makes virtual reality goggles for $2 billion. the company was created out of a kick starter campaign. zkerberg says the technology could be the next big social media platform. facebook isn't interested in becoming a hardware company and it could potentially generate revenue on the devices from ads and sales of virtual goods. mark anderson was talking a lot of about oculus hours before facebook announced the deal. he's invested in oculus and a facebook board member. andreesen says he has no part in the deal. facebook stock in frankfurt, pretty flat. oculus of course is the latest in a line of acquisitions from the social networking company. just run this back to you. facebook snapped up instagram in 2012, what was then an ipo for $1 billion. the real was just last month when facebook spend $19 billion on whats app. >>> and mobile gamemaker kingfisher which created the popular candy crush series is launching its ipo today in new york. seema mody has this report. >> candy crush pri
FOX Business
Mar 26, 2014 3:00pm EDT
why is creepy sell here is what is great about facebook, mark zuckerberg gets tons of backlash all the time. everyone says you will ruin this or that but then we introduced it. sandra: thanks for joining us. awesome topic. we shall see. robinson humphrey, analyst and christina warren, thanks. some markets have graced the gains they had yesterday so what is upsetting traders today? is always something. let's see what a floor show has to say. traders at the stock exchange, cme group and nynex. i want to start at the stock exchange talking about all these acquisitions, ipos, what do you make of all this? is exciting more worrisome to you? >> all the ipos? of course exciting. more product is better for institutional traders like myself and our firm and those who made market-makers is good for the market. this is still the most liquid market when you take all the stocks together and more product is better so we are excited about the ideas. king did not have a good opening, wasn't bad but went off without a hitch which is the way ideas run down here so potentially getting the ali baba ip
Bloomberg
Mar 21, 2014 1:00pm EDT
. it will happen in just three hours. mark zuckerberg and eric schmidt will be in attendance. yahoos ceo was invited but did not make it. all of them will be talking about the government nsa surveillance policy. megan hughes is in washington with the latest. what can you tell us about the content of this meeting? we know they met with the president before. why again? >> we know they will be meeting after 4:00. the only thing the white house will say is that they're going to be talking my privacy, technology and intelligence. thisook's ceo will be at one. he was not at the last one. eric schmidt will be in attendance. marissa mayer will not be going. she was also at the last meeting. two big storylines that we are watching for out of this meeting. mark zuckerberg is going to be there. also tension between zuckerberg and the president. he called president obama expressing his frustration at the nsa policy and wrote a post on march 13 that they need to be much more transparent about what they are doing or people will believe the worst. the context for that conversation, revelations that cam
Bloomberg
Mar 21, 2014 6:00pm EDT
a better sense of who was inside. ceos joiningx tech the president today. mark zuckerberg, aired schmidt, the hastings from netflix, leader of dropbox, among others. microsoft, linkedin, twitter. none of their ceos were at the meeting. the ceos that were there gave the president and you're full. a lot of concerns from the tech community about how this is impacting their business and their brand. more fromen hearing mark zuckerberg. he and the president spoke over the phone earlier this month. that was about some of his concerns. he put a face back -- facebook post saying there needs to be more transparency or people will believe the worst. and new revelations from eric snowden that the nsa was posing as facebook to get into some user computers. certainly, a lot of tension there, emily. the other thing significant is the timing. the president is going to be getting recommendations about how and if to change that metadata phone storage program. you can bet the ceos also had a lot to say to him about that and how that should be done. emily? >> the president met with tech executives a few mo
Bloomberg
Mar 26, 2014 8:00am EDT
is extremely aggressive, mark zuckerberg is extremely optimistic about the ways he can push his company and the future markets. >> what does this wind up telling you about the company that facebook will he in 10 years? what does it look like? is a greatat question. i have been watching the question -- i have been watching the company for eight years or nine years and am amazed at how is is changing. it is becoming more of a portfolio of businesses, that is the key. if you look at what is happening with oculus, it may not be a part of the facebook service as we know it today in the long-term. in the short-term, it will help games. in the long term, it could be a platform on its own. >> what part of this was defensive to compete with google and apple in 10 years? at it as look defensive, it is long-term defensive, i don't think you can think of this as a short-term defensive. this company does not even have a commercial product yet, oculus. it is trying to be competitive by visiting -- by envisioning a computerized future that does not yet exist and trying to position facebook for a stron
Bloomberg
Mar 17, 2014 6:00pm EDT
many wondering what mark zuckerberg will do with the messaging service? tellf the top developers us what could be in store. ♪ >> welcome back to "bloomberg west." we are talking about alibaba planning to go public in the united states and also weibo filing to go public in the united states. and formercrid yu executive at google and china and paul sweeney. let's talk about the regulatory issues. obviously, a lot of discussion between alibaba and hong kong listed executive of whether it could be an hong kong or the united states and they decided to go with the united states, why to controls jack ma with a minority stake and that has to be the primary reason for him to do that. >> a fairly amazing thing. looking for ma is is unique, no other company has this kind of structure he is going for. >> i have never seen a company where they want to have partners name certain board members. fundamentally, they choose who is on the board. what is amazing that u.s. security law will allow this at hong kong offers better protections than the u.s. the u.s. is going to get a $1 billion likely fro
Bloomberg
Mar 17, 2014 1:00pm EDT
you very much. up, what is mark zuckerberg thinking? we will talk to a former facebook executive who knows what goes inside his head when it comes to whatsapp. you can watch us on bloomberg television, streaming on your phone, your tablet, and bloomberg.com. ♪ >> bloomberg tv is "on the markets." let's get you caught up. stocks are rising and the dow was up more than one percent. the nasdaq is up one percent and the s&p 500 is up 9/10 of one percent after factory production rose the most since august. a couple of individual movers -- the first is chesapeake, the energy company has filed paperwork to possibly spin off its oilfield services unit. ceospinoff comes as the cuts capital spending, trying to close a $1 billion funding gap for this year. we will be back in 30 minutes. ♪ >> you are watching "bloomberg west." recently made a huge forisition buying whatsapp 19 billion dollars. people are wondering what mark zuckerberg is thinking and what to they plan to do with whatsapp . i sat down with the former facebook developer, a former head of facebook for android and the spearhead
Bloomberg
Mar 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
of carters who trade it. mark zuckerberg just revealed that he personally called president obama. president called the to express his frustration over the government surveillance programs, telling president obama that government surveillance is damaging the internet's future. he also writes that to keep the internet strong, we need to keep it secure. the ceo of ebay is stepping up his attack against carl icahn, who wants ebay to spin off paypal. donahoe has consulted with other icahn targets, including netflix, deferred vice on how to handle icahn. donahoe also met with institutional investors to make a pitch to paypal along with ebay. amazon is raising the price of its amazon cry membership. -- prime membership. being sentbers are reminders about their renewal dates, and when they have to pay the higher cost. the move is expected to generate millions in additional revenue for amazon. to the inside story of that massive target data breach. we start with a look back at the timeline of events that led to the data theft that touch as many as one in three american consumers. >> the first time t
CNBC
Mar 28, 2014 5:00pm EDT
announcing the acquisition yesterday, mark zuckerberg said that the company is exploring companies that use drones, satellites, to underserved parts of the world. facebook wants to throw a whole bowl of spaghetti at the world and see what sticks. . >> mark zuckerberg -- i look at it as being google at this point in time. i'm in the stock. i like the stock. i think if you look at it as a mini-google, not just the social network stock there's more to this company, it will take a while to monetize it. >> okay, coming up in the next hour of mad money," postmates promises to deliver anything to you under an hour. the ceo bastian lehmann. >>> coming up next -- heading out to dayton, ohio, to sit down with one team trader who's ready to give our group a run for their money. up. a short word that's a tall order. up your game. up the ante. and if you stumble, you get back up. up isn't easy, and we ought to know. we're in the business of up. everyday delta flies a quarter of million people while investing billions improving everything from booking to baggage claim. we're raising the bar on flying and
NBC
Mar 22, 2014 11:00pm PDT
and activities. >> i hope mark zuckerberg is watching right now. he gave $100 million to a school in newark and money to the silicon valley foundation. and since san jose is in his backyard i don't see why he should not contribute to the schools here in san jose. >> certainly, should support the idea of encouraging mark zuckerberg but i don't have him on my speed dial. so i have, however, spent an awful lot of time fundraising from the corporate sector to support schools. >> election day is june 3rd. >>> new at 11:00, ten people arrested after santa rosa police tried to make the streets safer. they were searching for people who did not show up for a drunk driving case, violated probation or drove with a suspended license. one of the ten people arrested was arrested for possession of heroin. >>> the crisis in ukraine threatens to destabilize the region. the russian troops move into ukraine. >>> more than 100 same-sex couples tied the knot in michigan today. the question is, are they still married? >>> google glass wearers come on in. one bay area bar is putting out the welcome mat for google
CBS
Mar 13, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. >>> coming up, mark zuckerberg causes president obama to complain. >>> mystery checks popping up in people's mailboxes. >> and professional bmx boxers using homeless people as props. ,,,,,,,, a-c-l-u says local police officers are too. the a-c-l-u used a freedom >> well, we already know the feds are snooping phone calls, but local polices are too. the aclu used the freedom of information act to get documents that showed bay area police departments have a wiretapping device that looks like this. it is called a sting ray and it essentially tricks cell phones and other wireless devices into communicating with it. and the documents show oakland, san jose, fremont, and san francisco police departments along with the alameda county district attorney's office have the device or the funding for it. >> it is a very good argument that sting rays may not be institutional at all under the fourth amendment. they sweep up the information of the innocent third parties in the area. >> none of the police departments using the sting ray would talk to us about it on c
FOX Business
Mar 14, 2014 1:00pm EDT
: in new jersey the car dealers pack was donated to politicians. facebook's mark zuckerberg not happy with his friends. president obama, what has him up in arms and some people may think it is ironic. cheryl: the ceo of ford on how the company is gearing up for the st. patrick's day holiday. can you say irish whiskey? adam: apple's move for those who can't get enough of themselves. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ tires screech ] chewley's finds itself in a sticky situation today after recalling its new gum. [ male announcer ] stick it to the market before you get stuck. get the most extensive charting wherever you are with the mobile trader app from td ameritrade. wherever you are with the mobile trader app hi, are we still on for tomorrow? tomorrow. quick look at the weather. nice day, beautiful tomorrow. tomorrow is full of promise. we can come back tomorrrow. and we promise to keep it that way. driven to preserve the environment, csx moves a ton of freight nearly 450 miles on one gallon of fuel. what a day. can't wait til tomorrow. cheryl: general mills taking a hit in the trading day. let's hea
FOX Business
Mar 26, 2014 1:00pm EDT
, mark zuckerberg shelling out $22 for new opulence. a big fat waste of money? the analyst call on what you need to know about the head set maker. cheryl: larry fink on what companies shouldn't emphasize at the expense of long-term growth. adam: i am adam shapiro. did you hear this one? this had the show team buzzing this morning. hotels in new york offering a social media wedding service, that person who takes selfys on your big day. adam: a nation of narcissists. cheryl: is social media going too far on this? adam: if you want to spend $3,000 go for it. all right, we have a stock alert right now. let's get to nicole petallides working entertainment and candy crush. >> by $3,000 worth of stock to the upside. we traded as low as $19.08 a share. what is interesting about this is people are concerned about this. this is the big ipo. everyone was waiting on this one but it is over at $7 billion in valuation but the concern is whether their main game, is that it? what will they do in the future? did it allow zynga? some of the other traders on wall street say that. we watched zynga closely,
Bloomberg
Mar 21, 2014 5:00pm EDT
making a business footprints across the united states. let's start in washington, d.c. mark zuckerberg and five other technology executives meeting with president obama at the white house right now. they are talking privacy and government reforms. bloomberg's megan hughes is outside the white house and means me now. what do we know about this meeting? this meeting got underway at 4:00. no sign of them coming out just yet. they have been in there for an hour now. you mentioned facebook ceo mark zuckerberg. also google chairman eric schmidt, reed hastings from netflix, another from dropbox among others. among those who declined the invitation, marissa mayer, the ceo from twitter. some of the things we're watching -- number one, zuckerberg's growing public frustration with nsa surveillance. we know that he spoke with president obama earlier this month over the phone. he posted of facebook blog post on this issue, saying there needs to be more transparency or people will believe the worst. also the edward snowden revelation that the government was reportedly posing as facebook to get acces
Bloomberg
Mar 21, 2014 7:00pm EDT
. how barclays midst is chance to get in on the alibaba ipo. and one issue that gets mark zuckerberg really fired up. he is going to have to talk to the president about it today. robots in motion. find out how these machines help to film the amazing movie "gravity." and inside fendi, the family growing the 90-year-old fashion brand. we are going to kick off with what everyone is talking about today, a special day for the wonderful world of microblogging. >> we want to help celebrate the birthday of twitter. the site first launched eight years ago today. >> i am sure you have seen it all over, the company turns eight today after going public in november last year, they now have a $28 billion market cap and over 240 million viewers. not bad. hundreds of millions of viewers continue to flock to twitter every month to experience moments in their lives and moments in the world. >> if only somebody could come up with a meaningful way to wish twitter a happy birthday. >> turkey has blocked access to twitter. the prime minister said that they removed tweets related to a government corruption
Bloomberg
Mar 28, 2014 6:00pm EDT
of this is mark zuckerberg price and his stock thinking it is too high and thinking about the bubble word and he wants to acquire things now with shares. maybe this was rumored to be a relatively low-cost acquisition. >> that would be the cynical perspective. the optimist perspective would be it's a big part of his internet.org plan to get the internet to every single person on earth and this is a huge focus for him. google is trying to do with raw -- with broadband balloons, and facebook is taking a different approach. they are trying to beam broadband to remote corners of the planet. >> it is a google-like approach that anything that grows the internet will be good. it is a very intel-like approach that anything that expands computing will be good. it sounds like facebook feel secure about its market share goals and will continue to dominate social media. getting more people on the internet. >> the interesting thing is the talent they are looking for . rocket scientist, basically. they want to get them to work at facebook, not your typical facebook developer. >> it is rocket science. it is a h
Bloomberg
Mar 15, 2014 4:00am EDT
will be here like a renegade. >> coming up, what is it like negotiating a deal with mark zuckerberg? we would talk with someone who negotiated with an almost bought facebook back in 2006. -- and almost bought facebook .ack in 2006 ♪ >> welcome back to the best of bloomberg west, i'm emily chang. facebook is now offering video as to select harness after months of testing. the spots will be rolled out into users newsfeeds in late april and early may. this is one of the changes facebook is working towards. for more on facebook, i spoke with two men familiar with the company. om malik as well as dan ros enzweig. >> take a listen to what they had to say. >> it was early on. it had about 4.5 million users. had an instant connection. i listened to his vision and the story and the enormity of it and his confidence. talk about being bossy. i fell in love with him and where he was going. that was only when you could connect college to college. we talked about it. he had a vision to take over the world, which you see him doing now. the combination would've been extraordinarily powerful and mark agree
KRON
Mar 14, 2014 6:00am PDT
howard 8 year- old boy was punished for his ipad. >> mark zuckerberg makes a ipad. >> mark zuckerberg makes a personal call if ty sethatinnes gon be od.. ...the ll nna t it rht ay. and untrcrocmakesure yo masd ps will bcrea and licis evy ti. it srs ieasi, to gi masd ps that rh buery avornd oothcrea texre. noondeyouramilloves it. lcomto crk cotry. whergoodabit e deciou >> welcome back. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg urge says he's called president barack obama to express his frustration over the u.s. government's surveillance programs. zuckerberg says the surveillance has caused long lasting damage. this comes after reports that the national security agency has impersonated a facebook server to infect surveillance targets' computers and get files from a hard drive. the nsa says the report is "inaccurate." demolition is set to ente >> the top story on kron 4 right now, a young father is accused of biting off part of his babies and knownose. allf this is because he lost his temper. this happened yesterday morning and fairfield. police say that the day got angry because the 1 month old
CNBC
Mar 14, 2014 9:00am EDT
been my -- >> and mark zuckerberg sounded off about the nsa spy program and vents about it on facebook. we'll tell you what he wrote coming up. >>> and we'll take the pulse of the consumer with staples ceo tom stem berg, stronger online sales have been a blessing and a curse for the office supply chain. one more look at futures having trouble getting out of the red here. a lot more "squawk on the street" live from post nine in just a moment. tall the building is, or how ornate the halls are. it doesn't matter if there are granite statues, or big mahogany desks. when working with an investment firm, what's really important is whether the people behind the desks actually stand behind what they say. introducing the schwab accountability guarantee. if you're not happy with one of our participating investment advisory services, we'll refund your program fee from the previous quarter. it's no guarantee against loss and other fees and expenses may still apply. chuck vo: standing by your word, that's what matters the most. ♪ ♪ feeling right got to shake it ♪ >>> facebook ceo mark zuckerb
Bloomberg
Mar 21, 2014 10:00am EDT
on nsa spying. that includes mark zuckerberg, who has put himself front and center on this issue. megan hughes is joining us now. what do we know about the meeting? >> we know that it will be after 4:00 today. mark zuckerberg and the google chairman, eric schmidt, is not going. marissa mayer -- yahoo! said they did not have enough time to get her out there. there was not enough notice about this meeting. they did say that yahoo! will be very involved in this issue. with mark zuckerberg, this is very interesting to watch the dynamic between zuckerberg had the president. causew that he put in a of the president earlier this month on march 13. he was concerned about the nsa issue. this is after reports leaked from edward snowden on a news site. was posing asnsa facebook to get into people's computers. that is obviously a big concern for mark zuckerberg rid he is been releasing on his facebook page a post saying that there needs to be more transparency or people will believe the worst. that is one back story we will be watching. also, in just one week, march 28, that is the deadline. the pr
Bloomberg
Mar 26, 2014 6:00am EDT
on top of the platform and it would be a game. mark zuckerberg is talking about everything from classroom experience to courtside entertainment. to sit atlet fu going home and have somebody at a rangers game with one of these things on watching hockey players in five years? >> it could be an experience like a 3-d virtual reality of face time. >> this is like google glass but in 3-d and immersive? >> google glass is an augmented reality technology. oculus is a virtual reality. over the long term, these things can merge. this deal is huge. >> facebook is turning the dial to 11 like in "spinal tap." >> you are too young to know that. that? you know >> everyone knows "spinal tap." >> stonehenge. >> we've got a busy hour with the president speaking g andreg cohn is with us. dataere will be a lot of out on housing. this is our twitter question of the day -- >> that is a serious question. >> they are on a roll. coming up, we will show you how the oculus riff works. this is "bloomberg surveillance," on bloomberg television, streaming on your phone, your tablet, and bloomberg.com. ♪ >> good morn
Bloomberg
Mar 14, 2014 4:00am EDT
for coming in. up, mark zuckerberg called the president. ♪ >> this is "on the move." we are streaming on bloomberg.com and any windows phone. the formula one team, the hardest race is in the factory to get a car to be competitive and stay competitive. we take a look at how they do it. >> my name is john. i'm the performance director. i'm going to show you how we build our 2014 car. the first thing we start with is the design. change, we have to interpret the regulations the best we can. we have concepts and layouts and ideas about how we can get the most performance out of the 2014 rules. the new move into the research and development area. the designs will get tested. areant to see if they performing as we expect. from there, we go to manufacturing with our chosen solution. we have to craft crash tests and moveations and that would back into the research and development area again. 80% of the car is made from carbon fiber. it has a great strength to weight ratio. that enables the whole car to be made in this facility for the first time. the pulse is coming up at the top of the hour.
Bloomberg
Mar 14, 2014 8:00am EDT
. shaking this hour, facebook ceo mark zuckerberg. americans, he is unhappy about the nsa and spying.nt unlike a lot of americans, mark zuckerberg was able to get president obama on the phone wednesday night to complain. there are reports the nsa describe -- disguised itself as facebook. nsa calls the reports inaccurate. mark zuckerberg has not revealed what he said to the president but in a facebook post he wrote "the u.s. government should be a champion of the internet, and not a threat." speaking of movers and shakers, i want to bring in our mover and shaker, jim reynolds. why do you blush? >> thank you for the kind description. >> he is the ceo of loop capital. you are a friend of the president. you have talked about his policy and his relationship with business. there is no secret that the frustrations are there, but they are also continuing to rise, are they not? >> they are continuing to rise, but the good news is as you look through the continuum, when this first started the economy was sluggish, we were not growing, jobs were not being created and the like. there is less of
Bloomberg
Mar 21, 2014 3:00pm EDT
. attending this meeting, mark zuckerberg and eric schmidt. this meeting, we think, could get pretty heated. the facebook ceo said "i have called president obama to express my frustration for the damage the government is tossing for all out our futures -- is causing for all of our futures. unfortunately it seems like it will take a very long time for full -- truthful reform." change ininspire big the way the government operates? joining us, our bloomberg contributing editor and our own megan hughes. paul, can tech inspired change? will it inspire change? what comes out of today's meeting? won'think it can, but it be for want of trying. people and sack are frustrated about all of this. it is going to the bottom line about it. are frustratedch about this. i think there was a forrester study. people do not want to invest where their information is violated. this could be $10 billion of financial impact. this is not just rhetoric. it is going directly to the bottom line's. >> it matters to the bottom line. they are concerned. megan hughes, at what point do they say this is smart to be , we have
FOX Business
Mar 28, 2014 3:00pm EDT
giants is in its future. what exactly is amazon at ceo planning? facebook ceo mark zuckerberg's grand aspiration is hardly a secret. what is happening to make it a reality? how a company never heard of until now and nasa are part of zucker bird's brave new world. how to make it big as an american chefs. charlie palmer beat the odds running a dozen restaurants around the country. his latest project, a $200 million revamp of the century old knickerbocker hotel in times square. "countdown to the closing bell" starts right now. sandra: i am sandra smith in for liz claman, just one hour to go in trading stocks trying to stay positive. after giving up most early gains, the dow is currently about 40 points. it had been the triple digits with session highs of 150 points. the nasdaq close to break-even for the day, up just a fraction of 1% up 3 points but still the nasdaq down 2%. the university of michigan says consumer sentiment is back this month. the commerce department says consumers spent more in february than in january. rising 0.3%. we should point out half of the increase over the pas
FOX Business
Mar 4, 2014 3:00pm EST
hopper. they have reached a deal over the ad skipping device. and mark zuckerberg knownnto open his wallet for major acquisitions, so why is he now looking for his next big idea? latte or au lait? sunny or bubbly? cozy or cool? "meow" or "woof"? wheels or wheeeels? everything exactly the way you want it ...until boom, it's bedtime. your mattress isn't bliss: it's a battleground of thwarted desire. enter the all-new sleep number classic series. designed to let couples sleep together in individualized comfort. starting at just $699.99 for a queen mattress. he's the softy: his sleep number setting is 35. you're the rock: your setting is 60. that works. he's the night owl. his side's up while you're in dreamland. you're the early bird. up and at 'em. no problem, because you're in it together... keeping the love alive. and by the way - snoring? sleep number's even got an adjustment for that. crazy? only if sleeping peacefully with your soulmate is crazy. find your sleep number setting only at one of our 425 stores nationwide. you can afford a sleep number bed, you can't afford another me
FOX Business
Mar 21, 2014 3:00pm EDT
executives will be there according to white house, mark zuckerberg of facebook, eric schmidt of google, read hastings of netflix, drew houston of dropbox, 61 is alex carp, the founder of planettalk. those were invited but declined to send executives, microsoft, i'll well and linkedin, they're calling for reforms in the government surveillance program and the president has said he wants to reform them and is waiting on a report from his top advisers including attorney general eric holder next week, next week from today on options for reforming government surveillance programs. melissa: a lot of fed presidents speaking for the first time since janet yellen gave her first press conference. anything it says to you and all the comments we have gotten so far? >> janet yellen on wednesday suggested the period of time between when the fed ends its tapering program likely later this fall and perhaps starts to raise short-term federal funds interest rates might be six months. we heard from jim bullard, of the st. louis federal reserve bank who came in behind dr. janet yellen to say she wasn't misspeak
NBC
Mar 22, 2014 7:00am PDT
to washington. what mark zuckerberg and others gathered to tell the president third not happy with his administration. these are the hands a pediatrician. these are pioneering advances in heart surgery. and these are developing groundbreaking treatments for cancer. they're the hands of the nation's top doctors. kaiser permanente doctors. and though they are all different, they work together on a single mission: saving lives. discover how we are advancing medicine at kp.org join us, and thrive. >>> we've had some warm days and now we're getting a little bit of coolness here in san jose. and all around the bay area this morning. thanks for joining us. i'm kris sanchez along with meteorologist rob mayeda. and a little chillier than i was expecting when i walked out this morning. >> the clear skies in san jose one of the spots waking up to the 40s. san francisco we got partly cloudy skies 50 right now in san francisco. now let's show you san jose. it is 46 degrees. partly cloudy skies around the peninsula and hazy skies there and 46 and a little bit of loaf clouds that have crept into the
CNBC
Mar 26, 2014 3:00pm EDT
the tone for some profit taking, and i think we saw a lot of profit taking. i think mark zuckerberg had a little profit taking. i think his adviser said, hey, you got a couple extra billion dollars, stock market guys sometimes give you a little extra money, invest it because you never know after you've been up 25%, it could disappear. i think when you look at durable goods, those things that are supposed to last three years except when they're in my kitchen, of course, if you take out air because i think i'm buying an airplane lately, all of a sudden you find it's kind of flat. that says how are you going to get inflation to worry about if you can't get consumer goods moving? >> well, mark zuckerberg took the risk. he spent another $2 billion. i guess that didn't ignite the animal spirits. >> and it didn't do so well for him. he bought these virtual reality goggles and i think he might have been doing a little beer goggling on that. but from my perspective, i think the story of the day was the king digital ipo. i'm a former investment banker. i have somebody who helped book run these ip
Bloomberg
Mar 14, 2014 3:00pm EDT
about it. mark zuckerberg calls up the don't likend says i this nasa thing. walk us through what he said. trying to show americans he is on their side. facebook has been of the center a lot of privacy scandals. people think facebook likes to mix data. zuckerberg is trying to say i am here advocating for you -- think too much data.ts zuckerberg is trying to say i am here advocating for you. >> the nsa was posing on something other than what it is to try to get information. you can understand why that would make mark zuckerberg kind of angry. >> especially since it was reported they were posing as facebook to try to trick computers into thinking they could provide them data. that is definitely not what he wants to hear. >> they cloned someone's facebook site? >> they cloned facebook. >> the whole site? thinky made the servers it was facebook asking for data when really it was the nsa. >> now mark zuckerberg knows how you feel. >> about time. he called the president. will this have any effect? >> does not sound like it from the tone of his note. he said the government has to avoid becoming
ABC
Mar 27, 2014 5:00pm PDT
25 locations in los angeles area. most were employees or former employees >> facebook ceo mark zuckerberg giving insight into a plan to bring internet connect activity to those who don't have it yet. this shows one of the drones the plan spelled out on project web site internet.org. >> as of today, you do. >> the new software unveiled today including free apps optimized for people that want to create they'll have to purchase a subdescription. >> the word lucky might not come to mind when filling out your gas tank. but that is the idea officials are looking over. officials say tickets will be available to 100 to 150 stations. >> 72% of the people go out and pump gas. so this is another way to capture that business. >> if i win, free gas on me. if i win, everybody. >> very generous >> drivers could only buy a limited number and they'd have to buy gas. >> hundreds of kids hit the streets today to honor labor leader cesar chavez. students celebrated the american farm workers union. >> to this march means a lot. >> this marks the 26th year the district held the march. the same day h
KRON
Mar 10, 2014 11:00am PDT
. >> let's start with facebook. maligned looking back in time mark zuckerberg irk has done a good job getting people actively at one point it was just dust top companies. they almost missed it. they were almost a catalog all line. now it is more for your mobile. >> there are a lot of things that you can too. >> i think you will have a nice future. >> let's talk of aabout zinga. do not seem too high about them. >> n/a company like this, this is supposed to be a day when there. you did days of virtual all good spreads that are for your a mobile phone. the moment today brought these to users started going down. there were a young company that almost struck are. a lot of people bought the set $10 a share. you were very lucky but you are also one of the smartest people that i know. >> thank you rob. twister sings to be have a first- year issue beetwister is havinga with been first twitto a twitts having a problem with their first year being-- >> they have all of these hash-tag. i think they will get there. but i am calling the may blizzard but they should develop over time. right now, they
ABC
Mar 14, 2014 4:00am PDT
, and it'll be 75 degrees in miami. >>> hello, mr. president. why mark zuckerberg is so frustrated, he picked up the phone and called president obama himself. >>> sports safety. there is a new push to protect athletes of all ages, and it's not just about football anymore. >>> plus, new details from the woman ripped from her car during a wild police chase. we're going to show you her terrifying ordeal. now hear what she was thinking when this all went down. ♪i am beautiful in every single way♪ ♪words, can't bring me down♪ >>> welcome back. getting premium service online is getting more expensive. amazon will charge $20 more a year for amazon prime, which provides faster shipping and video streaming. the online giant says it is the first increase for amazon prime since it began nine years ago, and you can still subscribe for a year at the old price if you sign up in the next week. >>> markets across asia followed wall street's lead by plunging in overnight trading. the sell-off is being blamed in part on the tension in ukraine we told you about. here in the u.s. yesterday, all th
Bloomberg
Mar 13, 2014 1:00pm EDT
backed out. i am curious, what's it like to negotiate with mark zuckerberg? what do you imagine is different today? he's got a charisma that most people who don't understand. he has the power of the enormity of his vision, the confidence they will figure it out, his willingness to make a mistake and then fix it. we talk about the things rolling out like we can and all of those things. he is relentless and what he believes in. that's why facebook is so powerful. you need somebody like that if you're going to run the world. >> let me ask you about your observation of dealmakers in your work as a journalist. i feel like one of your expertise is is enterprise deals that we don't focus as much on. have you heard of deals that don't get done? what will you bring to your new career as a vc world on deals that work or don't work? >> the difference between deals that work or don't work is relationships and the ability to communicate. that is the difference between winning and losing. the inability of people to communicate is the number one reason things don't work out in the business wo
Bloomberg
Mar 26, 2014 4:00am EDT
these huge clunky headset? because he wants to be ahead of the game. mark zuckerberg is making a $2 billion bet that virtual reality is going to become our reality. it is going to become the next big platform, the next big computing platform. remember, it was actually a bit behind in terms of the mobile party. he got to that party late. he had to making those big acquisitions, what's an. -- whatsap. looking to remain ahead of the curve. get into the next big thing. remember google glasses? you have wearable technology coming from samsung in terms of wearable watches . smart watches. he wants the big, clunky, almost sort of ski goggles that you can lose to slice through space. walk a plank over ravines. why not use these to go to doctors appointments. why not have a meeting wearing them. one, it is an opportunity. remember, facebook made some amazing acquisitions. in fact, 40 over its 10-year history. more than $21 billion. not all of them have been put into facebook. whatsap and instagram remaining independent. if facebook doesn't stand the test of time, certainly some other of his company
Bloomberg
Mar 26, 2014 6:00pm EDT
it yet, and mark zuckerberg thesaying that if mobile is platform of today, virtual reality is the platform of tomorrow. they do not want to miss a virtual reality if that is, indeed, next, and one person who is joining us now, santo politi, , founder of spark capital investing about $19 million, so, santo, can we check our math here? you made this kind of a return here? >> yes. >> why not a bigger position? you really screwed up here. when you make that kind of an investment, do you think that in this environment, quick exits are out there to be had? >> i do not think so. we are early-stage investors, and on average, it takes like five to seven years for a company to mature, and we did not expect this to be this with, but, yes, it happens amazing pace, like this company team andazing young executed one incredible feat after another very, very quickly, and they had a cult following and build a brand in a and i think it will be a very valuable -- and built a brand in a short time, and i think it will be a very valuable investment. this is like the acquisition of android. so m
Bloomberg
Mar 27, 2014 1:00pm EDT
. >> silicon valley has taken center stage in the immigration debate with mark zuckerberg wishing for immigration reform. ceo argues valley that green cards should be attached to u.s. const agrees. i want to talk about that a little more now with our guest. first of all, tell us your story, your immigration story. i find it so fascinating. when i was 17ay years old and i came to this country with $50 in my pocket. >> what was the first and you did? >> i went to a place called eastern mountain sports and -- and bought myself a parka. in bombay, it is pretty hot and it was turning to get cold in boston. >> so then you had about $10 left. >> i had very little money. they had like a special for foreign students. we bought them in bulk and got them cheap. ceoo now you find yourself -- owner of the sacrament of things. >> i love your colors. >> when you look at the , sogration scene right now many prominent indian americans running companies, talk to me about what the state of that is right now and why we are seeing changes? >> there is no industry that is more fueled by brainpower than
Bloomberg
Mar 3, 2014 6:00pm EST
such diversion views on education. peter is trying to get them to skip college. mark zuckerberg and bill gates dropped out. you actually graduated from college. what is your view on how important going to colleges? -- two college is? >> i do not know. i think that for different kids it is probably different. i do not know. when i think about the world would look like if build was really successful and other kids could go through that might not other graduate and could choose whether to go to college, that seems better than having them get discouraged for whatever reason drop out of school. >> should they study engineering? >> they should study what they are passionate about. engineering is a good one. sometimes i wish i had studied that myself. >> you are running a multibillion-dollar tech company. >> the discipline is so applicable not to so many things now. it is the discipline of solving problems. i think is a great deal to go into. >> for the kids here, you are their idol. what is your message? >> do not give up on what you want to do. do not let someone talk you out of your ambitions. i a
Bloomberg
Mar 10, 2014 1:00pm EDT
number per se but it just shows mark zuckerberg and facebook are very focused on starting to monetize some of their acquisitions. they acquired instagram in 2012. the real challenge for some of the acquired properties for facebook is to introduce advertising and ultimately try to generate a return on the acquisitions. $700 million on instagram and $19 billion for whatsapp. >> i was trying to spina defense between that and in instagram-like advertising programmatic ad buying on the internet is the wave of the future. this is how most of the advertising will be bought and sold on the internet going forward. ad buying historically has been for remnant inventory, nonpremium advertising inventory. now, we are starting to see programmatic ad buying start to be utilized by premium advertisers, premium publishers, and the ad agency as well. the more official way to buy and sell advertising. a lot of the internet media companies hope is the ability to buy online a very simple to use user interface will actually expand the number of advertisers that will consider advertising on the internet, th
NBC
Mar 13, 2014 11:00pm PDT
how mark zuckerberg isl using facebook toÑi take a stan against nsa spying. >> i'm meteorologist jack ranieri. a warm weekend at the be@óches with widespread 70s. you no he when it's warm at the coastline, it will be warmer inland. details coming up in a few minutes. >>> no one will be sleeping here tonight. part of a home collapsed in oakland tonight. this ist( video of the house whh is in west oakland near 24th and myrtle. firefighters say the home was abandoned and no one was hurt. you be see lots of damage. the area is wloked off in the interim. scrutiny after admitting to federal regulators potentially ! some of its cars surfaced much earlier than first thought andçó acknowledgi that ignition switch defects first surfaced in 2001. thatg5Ñ three years earlier tha previously reported. the defect has been linked to 12 deaths and involves loss of control of the power steering and anti-lock brakes after the ignition suddenly shuts off on its own. in most cases that's triggered by a heavy keychainqq or the ke being bumped. video depositions show that gm officials decided not to sp
ABC
Mar 21, 2014 6:00pm PDT
information was the subject of a meeting today mark zuckerberg took part he's on the right there. silicon valley executives also attended. administration officials say it focused on meetings related to intelligence, and privacy. zuckerberg called the president to express his frustration for the nsa looking through files of his company. >> u.s. officials urging turkey to restrict san francisco-based social networking site after users began sharing wire tapped recordings that appear to back april allegations of corruption against the turbish president damaging the governor's reputation ahead of the elections this month. >> a plan hatched by federal and state agencies to help salmon grow into adulthood will be put into affect next week. normally the fish hatchery releases young chinook salmon, however, most fish are eat kren before they get to the pacific. next week they will truck the youngsters down to rio vista to give them a fighting chance. >> we've got other salmon naturally spawned trying to make their way through the delta now. they're pumping quite a bit of water out of the delta. w
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